GYROTONIC for golfers case study

Gyrotonic training for golfers case study: Andrew G

How can GYROTONIC® training for golfers help your game? Let’s measure.

Many times I’ve been asked “What’s the goal of GYROTONIC® training?” To me, the answer is “The system itself has no goal. What are YOUR goals?” The point of any exercise system should be about helping the client reach their goals, not to have the system itself be a goal.

Gyrotonic training for golfers has been discussed as a way to help golfers improve their game.

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Improve golf with GYROTONIC® training

Fitness Friday: 7 ways to improve golf with Gyrotonic training

If you want to use fitness training to improve golf, GYROTONIC® training has the tools.

Juliu Horvath guiding a student through GYROTONIC Single SpiralGYROTONIC® training is a great tool to help golfers improve their game. PGA Tour coach David Rasmussen who took one look at the picture to your right and immediately knew how Gyrotonic training would benefit his clients. Dave went on to become a GYROTONIC® instructor

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Guest writer Kindall Payne discusses the GYROTONIC Arch Curl

What happens in the Gyrokinesis and Gyrotonic Arch & Curl?

GYROTONIC® Arch Curl by Kindall Payne

A brief discussion on spinal stabilization and postural control

In both GYROKINESIS® and GYROTONIC® methods, the Arch and Curl (A&C) is one of the main movements practiced. The primary purpose of this movement is to increase mobility of the joints and spine. Thus one of the major ways to improve mobility of the spine

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Gyrotonic training and Pilates, what’s the difference? Don’t ask.

GYROTONIC® training and pilates are both great. No need to compare them.

In October of 2013, during my trip to the Pilates Method Alliance Conference, I had the chance to sit down with GYROTONIC® Specialized Master Trainer Angela Crowley to talk to her about how she compares GYROTONIC® training and pilates. She essentially doesn’t.

This was intended to be a video interview, but

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A GYROKINESIS practice strengthens your body, your mind and your breathing

A Gyrokinesis practice develops more than your body.

GYROKINESIS® training isn’t just a class, it’s a practice.

Taking GYROKINESIS®  classes is a great option for physical well being. But is there more available through the system than fitness, strength and flexibility? The only way you can find out the answer to this is to develop a personal GYROKINESIS® practice.

A GYROKINESIS practice is not just a class.A Gyrokinesis practice means you’re doing GYROKINESIS® exercises on your own,

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The six spinal ranges of motion. Use ’em or lose ’em!

Your spine is the root & center of your body. Are you really using it?

Use all the spinal ranges of motion for back healthOne of the things you’ll hear every GYROTONIC® and GYROKINESIS® instructor speak about is that GYROTONIC® and GYROKINESIS® training moves all your joints through all their ranges of motion. This is especially important for the spine. In our modern world of long commutes and sitting at computers

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